Somebody suggested that the reason the data showed a job loss was because I didn’t add in the government totals.
As you can see, I have now added them in and we still show a job loss and virtually no jobs gained since the high in 2007.
As you can see, when we add in a trend line, we should have close to 200 million Americans employed and we are far from that at a little over 160 million employed which includes nearly 25 million non citizens working.
Bottom line is this folks, our so called businesses have sent a tremendous amount of jobs offshore and we can be sure of that simply because of the trend line as that trend would not have been broken if the jobs hadn’t been sent offshore.
This is why our older folks with the more experience, knowledge, and wisdom are getting forced out of the job market.
If we truly want to create jobs for the World, we first must create them here at home so that our citizens are fully employed and then we can consider bringing in the best and brightest from other countries that will contribute to the success of America, not actively work to destroy it via casteism, etc.
As always, my spreadsheet can be found via the following link for those number crunchers out there.